Georgia boasts a rich hunting tradition and hunters have the opportunity to hunt a wide variety of game species including white-tailed deer, wild turkey, waterfowl, bobwhite quail, rabbit and other small game species. WRD offers nearly one million acres of public hunting land within our borders including all of our Wildlife Management Areas and those Natural Areas, Public Fishing Areas and State Parks open to hunting.

Find everything you need to know about hunting in Georgia here!  Discover available hunter education opportunities, get familiar with Georgia’s hunting regulations, seasons and bag limits, apply for quota hunts, learn more about specific hunting opportunities on our Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs), download WMA maps, learn about wildlife habitat management and more.


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